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The Contest is dedicated to the 135th anniversary of LETI, St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University

Historical buildings of LETI make the postcard views of St. Petersburg, and its campus on the Apothecary island is the popular site for numerous films and TV series about life and events in St. Petersburg – Petrograd – Leningrad.

Today the 135-year old Magical Electrotechnical develops new education projects and university research of the XXI century, LETI seeks new solutions for organizing its academic spaces.

LETI starts the contest of architecture & design projects aimed at transforming the four signature locations of its campus.

LETI invites students and young professionals under 35 years old to take part in the Contest LETI: FUTURE ACADEMIC SPACES.

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Inner yard of Building D with passageways.

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Central area between Buildings 3, 5 , 7 and façade of the future building.

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Lobby of Building 5 with 3 lounges connected by parallel corridors.

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Entrance and hospitality space including Signage and the Cube

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